How to watch the World Cup on Netflix
In the past week, a lot has happened with the World Championship.
The US, England and Brazil all reached the final, but the Netherlands failed to make the top eight.
The Netherlands have now been beaten by Italy and Croatia, which beat the hosts.
That’s a record number of points for a European team in the World Championships.
The French team had the best chance to win the competition but were knocked out by Spain.
There was also a huge surprise in the semi-finals, as France failed to beat Germany in the final.
The semi-final draw is expected to be released tomorrow, but it’s likely that a lot of teams will miss out on the tournament.
We’re going to cover the most interesting matches from the semi finals here at the BBC Sport website, so we’ve created a special section called ‘The World Cup 2016’ to focus on the World Cups final, which will be played on Sunday.
It’s the World Games final, the last one before the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
It will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, with coverage starting at 1pm GMT.
The BBC Sport team will be in Rio on Monday, so you can watch the action here.
The tournament begins on Sunday, with the final between the two teams in Braga on Monday.
The draw for the semi final and the final will be released at 5pm GMT, so make sure you’re watching it.
There are no TV or internet feeds available in Brazil, so be sure to check our coverage of the match live on our dedicated site here.
We’ll be doing a special World Cup coverage for BBC Sport’s World Cup Live podcast from Monday, where we’ll be breaking down every action in the tournament and all the highlights, including the final in Briga.
The podcast is available to listen to now for £4.99 on iTunes.
The final will kick off at 3pm GMT and is a one-off affair, so don’t miss it!
It’s also important to note that we’ve already covered every semi-Final in the history of the tournament, so if you’re going back through our World Cup history you should be familiar with all the matches.
In the World Sports section, you’ll also find a lot more World Cup highlights, such as the final and results.
Watch the highlights for the final on BBC Sport Brazil, which is a free podcast with a wide range of commentary.
The best of BBC Sport will be delivered to your phone, tablet or computer, so sign up for a free trial here to get started.
All of our World Games coverage is available on the BBC Sports website, with a selection of highlights and highlights videos.
You can also listen to the podcast from BBC Sport, which has a special dedicated World Cup podcast.
Follow the action in Brazil here.
BBC Sport World Games 2018 final: the teams and the action from Braga (all times BST): Brazil Brazil 1:1 Netherlands 2:1 England 2:0 Argentina 3:1 Germany 3:0 Spain 4:1 France 4:2 Netherlands 5:0 Portugal 5:2 Portugal 2:3 Croatia 6:1 Croatia 1:3 Netherlands 2.
France 3:2 Spain 4.
Spain 4 Brazil 4:3 France 5.
Spain 5 France 4.
France 4 Italy 14.
Italy 14: Italy 32.